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Shipping Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 20 December 1827

b4ippnitg *tt Uligat '. 4rrivals-On Tuesday, the Brig. N reus' from Liver pool, and the Barque Frederick.from Port Stephens. On i1ednesday, the Brig Ionia from England, whit h she .left on Aug. 17th, and the Brig. Mary from the Cape of Good Hope. Departures-On Tuesday the Schooner Alligator in pursuit of runawa) s, and the Cutter Caroline for the Coal River. On Wednesday, the :loop Sal. ytor the Coal Ri' er. his morning, the Ship Ephemina for Hobart TIrwn-. Passengers-T. . G. Pittman, $Esq. Dr. Kenny and servant,,Mr. G. F. Johnson, and Mrs. Dillon and son. I he Alligator was Lmanned from the Pandora and a Lieutenant put on:hoard. Remain in Harbour, .with H. M. Ship Paiadorq, Ships, Medway, John, Eliza, Louira, Elizabeth, Elizabeth. Bris.--Bona Vista, Amiy, - Lord Rodney, Nereus, Jonia, and Mary. Bfnes.- Orelia, ' Lucy Ann and Frederick.--Schoon rtL.-.I and Htmetr..?Cutters.-Dart, (Revenue) and Lambts n,

Publication Title: Monitor, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 20 December 1827

R.. OLDFIELD begs to infi,rm the Corresponients .LJ of .the SOUTH-ASIAN REGISTER, that he will feel paftitul.rly. 6oliged by b4vin, their future communications addressed to him a; Mr.?rthur.Hill's,. Rose and .Crown, Castlereigh-stireet.: PRIVATE CONTrRACTS. .M 'iR. IBODENHAM, respectfully announces to his .1 1. distinguished and numerous Patrons, that be has now to dispose of the undernientioned Valuable Pro ,.perties, by Private Contract, and for. wjhih he will be happy to treat on Terms of liberality, viz: 1050 Acres at Hunter's River, a Grant; 600 Ditto Ditto; 1040 Acres in the Cowpastures; 30 Acres at Prospect; 210 Acres in the Neighbourhood of Cook's River; . 1280 Acres in Argyle Arn entire new Two story Cottage in Sydney; A Weather-boarded ditto, and a large piece of Land Sattached, and commanding Two large Frontages io Sydney ; .Every. Particular rendered, on Application to Mr. Btdenham, Estate and Land Agent. Bank of New South Wales, December 18th, 1827. OTICE.--The Cash Off...

Publication Title: Monitor, The
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DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 20 December 1827

DOMEISBTIC INTELLIGENCE. Oua old friend, X. Y. Z. we see, mentions in yester terday's Anstlralian, that sheep in. Van Dieman's Land are becoming so plentiful, as that they will soon fall in . price to a dollar a-head. " Of coarse" (an economist' would say) " the good land there must be very plenti tul ?" " O, no" (says X. Y. Z ) " quite the contrary; , At requires two acres to feed one sheep",-(in England, our readers know, an acre of meadow fattens one ,o or ten sheep; in New South Wales, an acre is supposed in the droughts and rainy sexennials, including a period of twele. or thirteen years, to fatten on the average rather better thah one sheep.) " If the sheep are so cheap and ilentiful (continues the simple economist) there must be plenty tof mutton to eat in Van Die man;s Land, and of wool and skins to clothe the sheep-holders ? "0 no not at all," (exclaiums X. Y. Z.) " the sheep-holders are as lean and ragged as the land is bad, for, "' it takes two' acres of land in Van Diema...

Publication Title: Monitor, The
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DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE CONTINUD. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 20 December 1827

. Zi r liiw 1 "ý.G is bilinging to Ciptaw B~ nin s.heudt4 oci ks'oleB* 6ý,8-a titftakd ; and is biout ' (1 'GeeMi Pi1l.p; Wkh«Bf ti nitalefnctors ob •gfsif'rdi' Mt ALf j hib s'b 'slnd oF Gomorrah, and, for, Mqrton pay;. " ';ii ' i eteh wrhes rhe' one day "id16 to.'h 6iD et nb dbd?btti tIf6 Cofo!ny; to iunoculate if' " h'ýitli erdf trif 1til . Pa wp, the sqcual froqa toe Sduith, onT graday last, ' b fteraon, ~nue,"' t~th ateriman,diia' psIet in his 'botý, ieat Ga acn eh igaht. The boat eaqk, and the poor ftoll0wy withglaeatdiffe Miy,t aved hbimself by awim'lg.-. The boat was dragged? c , or adon'S8aturday it was re c~bi:ed;to the grpat.sjoy of ie ..wqer,: ;to wbpm it app aed almost a~:thepearl: of- ~uet prite.. . nai ,taisthe; publc :re'~adt i waye of .a regulution thst is- now rigidly enforced by ;tbh Government, viz. all ogrts a ]itnd thata tre not'elected within four months frin the.time of "settlesa receiving the orders, fora hem. Tor bi thrree gentlemen have complained to uis of...

Publication Title: Monitor, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 20 December 1827

Ftr t?lAS ;WARD, HAIR-DRE-SER ansi PERFU- . aL?t, be i leai:e to return hip nmostgrateful thanks to'the .'ibltr, Ihe th l hpatronage hietiii experienced since bi'scoimen, emen't' n hauiness i and to inithem th m, that be b is re,.ioºed fItr' .hii rreeideincein ng Street, to No. 100, Pitt' t tt next dbo?rtdo to the Loggnerheads, . where lci ho1pes fora i continuance Of i'thr favolurs.. ` ?l ldwas and Gentlemen attended at their Houses. W•rd Legs to ianounce, that he has lately, engaged one ut the first-ratellair-Dressers in the Cnýiony. 14 B. R~azors set and ground in the best possible mianner and on reaaogahale Terms.. ]RESII. ARRIVALS BY THE MARYL.MEDWAY;. 1?R . BODENHM51 roturns hbr kind acknowledgmehts, .L for the very distinguished patronage andsupport she has experienced, and begs to announce to her F? ads the follbwinh( Arrival :- A most elegant assortment of toilette and dressing glasses- . Lad es' riding hats ... Bova' blue cloth caps C ,ild et'. hc.ver huts and bonndt" 'RIe...

Publication Title: Monitor, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 20 December 1827

At Rooms, n e - * c$'ecenber, at One . m'Cloc ei&Iy, .ie '11,,L ..... ....and tnee ede rv,:N..of ossessin . vioiisly disposed of. /MIR BODENIHAM.is., instm ru1ct +to offer an eae nlI 1¶got, and first, rate~ FA?lM,If nising 6 i?r ' of I and on.the East Creek, half-wa'yet'ween RiLbni' and' Parraniatta, and about 3 hours'dr ve.from Sydniefy 100 Acres. of which are on the flAt' at the border of the creek, which is fresh, water, with a. chain of ponds at the back, fent.ed'with a good 3 and 4 railedi fer.e, with a small cottaget garden, and stpok yard.: This farm otf te.re an excellent situation for the eretiojP. ¢f an Ann, be ing opposite, the-line of Black?Town, with: dpywards of a mile and and. a quarter, on the. ruyad, b:,U dl..on :the West-side by unlocated land, and on the North'- by Mr. PYe, arid is' known iii the neighbuurhood .' Va <c.tialil Parm. - ':- . " '- rtrýs of Payment one quarter dowi, anid the ºerte ; e at 6, % 1 ,, , and 24 Months, at iBakik Iiterest...

Publication Title: Monitor, The
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English Miscellanies Continued. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 20 December 1827

Ernglish Miscellanies Continuel . THE Endeavour steam-vessel, fitted outi in. London, ,lias beehi caliurkdiby a Turkish squadron off the coast of Greece." :in the chase, one of the shots strnck .the pad ;dles; and. rendered liherunmanageable ; she was.immedi 'ately: taken possession of by the Turks, who are repoited to.have treated the crew well. Crim. Con.--Baron Robeck v. Lord Sussex Leimnnox. -M?r.' C./ Phillips stated the case' for the 'plaintiff. Baron Robeck was a Swedish nobleman Whio inherited- large estates iin Ireland. In 1820 he married the Honourable Miss Lawless-: she was then about '17 years of age ; he about 27'. "In 1826 the Baroness was sent to Brigh ton for the good of her health, while the Baron went to settle his 'affairs previous to a removal to the continent. Whilst at Brighton, Lord S. Lennox renewed an ac quhintance with the lady contracted:three years before in 'Irelanid, and succeeded in alienating her affections from her husband.---Various witnesses were c...

Publication Title: Monitor, The
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Earl Grey—The Aristocracy. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 20 December 1827

Earl Grey--The Aristocracy. SCOTSMAN--As to the five Ex-Ministers, no person, we should imagine, is disappointed ; they were never mistaken for statesmen or patriots; and they are now   labouring in their proper vocation. With respect t0   Earl Grey, the case is exceedingly difficult. He was     enobled by intellectual gifts ; and, though of the aris- tocracy, his early life ,was that of a patriot. Under the guidance of right feeling himself, he gave an impetus to it in others. For many years he not only kept progress with the march of intellect, but assisted in its progress. In those days, by his enlightened exertions, he conferred honour upon that order to which he now appeals as a   protection against error ; and, as if aware of the ten- dency of the blind, cold-hearted, and selfish system to which he has now lent his name and influehce--we mean that of factitiously raising the price of bread, and depressing the con...

Publication Title: Monitor, The
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DIARY. MEMORANDUM FOR THE ENSUING WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 24 December 1827

d'l IH .0 TUB ENSUING WEER.' S' un rises 51 min past 4.- . -F-' a 'rhigh.:Water; 10 min. past "12 -Morn.--36 min. past IS Aft. S First' Qartr of Moon 52 rain, past 3 Afternoon. St. Steiep--en. Sun uets.8 rmin. past 7. S Hi ghWater, 6 min. past I Morn.-32 min. past I Aft. High Water 2Morn.-28 min. past 2 Afternoon. " Day 14 hours 16 min. long. SSt. John. l?'; IJ High Water 5) min. past 2 Morn.-32 min past 3 Aft. Innocents. High Water 5 min. past 4 Morn.-36 minm. past 4 tiLt. I Equation of Time.-Sun on the, meridiau oft ydney. v3 I min 13 sec. before 13 mean time. :i 1set Sunday after Christmas, S[I , IJ.hiihWater 15 min. "past'5 Morn.-43 min. past 5 Ev. - - High Water, 12 min. past 5 Morn.-46 min. prat 6 Ev. , j Silvester. VARIATIONS OF THERMOMETER, ,&C. &C. TAKEN AF 7 IN Tiln). ,MORNING, 12 AT NOON, AND 5 IN THI EVENING RESPEC TIVEY. MONODAY ...... t 72. 80 76 Fine. TUESDAY 8...... i 21 8 7 DI o. WEDiNESDAY...... 80 96 8 Very warm. THURSDAY . ...., 72 81 76 Fine and ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 24 December 1827

FREE HOLD ESTATE. To L.andholders' and Getilemen dirirous of poses*ing an excellent Homestead. . BY MR. 8dDENHAM, At his Rooms, in George-street, on' Thursday the 27th of December, at One o'clock precisely, unless pre viously disposed of. S/rR. BODENHAM is" instructed to offer an excel, . lent, and first-rate.FARM; comprising 600 Acres of laud on the East Creek, half-way between Richmond and Parramatta, and about 3 hours' drive from Sydney; 100 Acres of which are on the fiat at the border of the creek, which is fresh vwater, with a chain of ponds at the back, fenced with a good 3 and 4-railed fence, with a small cottage, garden, and stock-yard. This farm offers an excellent situation for the erection of an Inn, being opposite the line oE Black town, with upwards of a mile and a" quarter on ý the road,'bounded on the West side by unlocated land, and on the North by Mr. P ye. arud is known ini the neighbourhood as ascapital fair. Settar· of ipyment,tode quarter down, and the residue' ...

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Shipping Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 24 December 1827

,bippitg I ntdfigntre. Arrivals--On Friday, the Sovereign, Capt. M'iKell. from Hobart Town, at which place sheleft 88 females prisoners, . and sailed `from thence on the 13th instants;f also, t °e Schooner Hetty from Launceston; on Sundqy~, the Lord Liverpool from Newcastle. Departures-On Thursday, the Governor .4:rthtrr'? Macquarie Island; also, the Schooner Hunter' fo tt"i' Coal River; on Friday, the Cutter LaZmbton for 1'dia Stephens. . Projected Departures--H. M. S. Pandora for Hobat$• Town ; Lord Rodney for do. ; Louifa for Batavia; J4l? for Madras. IMa. WENTWORTU moved the Supreme Court thb morning, that Mr. Robert Howe, the Publisher of thlb Sydney Gazette,' be called upon to shew cause, why b?. should not be made to answer to the Court for a certala paragraph in his Journal of this day, wherein he reflec upon the Jury and Juries of the Supremp Court, u thereby brings the Court and the Jury 'into contempt? Rule granted.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 24 December 1827

FRESH ARRIVALS BIY.'TI MARY, MEDWAY, AND ORELIA. M•Ir S. : BODENHAM returns her.kind acknowledgments, LI.. for the very di tipguished patronage and support she has experienced, and begs to announce to her Friends the following Arrivals : A most elegant assortment of toilette and dressing glasses Ladies' riding hats Boys' blue cloth caps Children's, heaver hats and bonnets" " Reel cotton Darni,,g cotton Brown ho .land Diaper Tablecloths and napkins Fancy cans and bonnet ribbons, a choice assortment Wait t ril.bons Wa ch ri.abons (Gold,eyed nee.lies Sew'.n, si;ks all colours, Fans, ivory, and paper Wedding rings, and an tlegant assostment:of jewellery Pricked muslins and camnbics of the most fashionable patterns Insertions and flouncings Ladies' caps White satin and crape lisse of all colours White and green crape Norwich crapes and htomba'ines'" White and hi ck cotton cord wadding 'Tapes and bobbins Ingrain twilled catnbrics of all colours for ladies' and chil dren's dresses An exten...

Publication Title: Monitor, The
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ENGLISH MISCELLANIES. Decay of Public Virtue. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 24 December 1827

' ., :. , . .- .. .. ` }' f Public flrf* . P ? ImGi ýRai ,--'ThoOgh' we acddiire heither the 'way in which Mr.: (anning alquired his ps esent eminence,:; air -iiiuch of the course whieh be has .since pursued, yet w an?uion thb iother hand eonfess, that we do'not ae either in the one or the' other, any of those, fearful signs of revwalution which. some of our contetiporaries seemI so anxioustb instil into the plinIs of their readers ; and, indeed, we cannot help reminding such writers, that they maiy, like:the boy in the fable, cry'" wolf" ground lessly.-and so often, as to swake 'their "cry 'disregarded should it. ever be mandetruly. Noev.nt has of late years tainly been productive of more disagreeable consequences to t,.e country, than, hatt we fear may be called, the political detnise of Lord Liverpool. 'To the .lhifory of much of the intrigue which it has given rise to, we are, and probably shall long be strangers. What we' do n ?i hapad. dded buit litttle to the character of pub...

Publication Title: Monitor, The
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 24 December 1827

. MERCANTILE AND NAVAL ACADEMY. C APTAIN JOHN BEVERIDGE most respectfully ,offers his thanks to those parents, Quardians, and others, who-have intrusted him with the instruction and guardianship of. their children, and flatters himself,* that from) unwearied attention to their advancement in erudition., and. morals, h-e will contiuue, to merit that .share of.public, patronage,, which he has already expe rienced. He ,als). assures .his patrons. he will exercise unremitting assiduity to perfect those pupils under his tuition in. the.follo.wing. branches of literature and sci ence, viz ;-LReadii~g, Writing, ; English and Latin Gramnmar,;;. Arithmetic, B"ook-keeping Iy single and doubje entry, .Algebra,.Geometry and Trigonometry plain and.saherical, Dialling, Mensuration of superficies and solids, G~iuging, Land and maritime surveying,-Geo graphy anrid the use of the Globes, Navigation,, and Nautical Astroinonmy. N. B. Adult persons are taught with facility, Navi gation, Nauticpl' Astro...

Publication Title: Monitor, The
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Bringing Parliament into contempt. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 24 December 1827

.-.... Bjrining Parliament into contempt. %MoNonro CdjltoN?i;E-The allusion of Earl Grey, oni ..edtnesday night, to the abominable law, under which all those who utter what has a tendency to bring either Iti.? of -Pariament into contempt, may for a second ý.(e be b een.into banishment, will, we hope serve to stimulate those a.t whom the duty devolves, to prochre its repeal with as little delay as p6ssible. 'C is itrie, b' at this law is so extravagantly unjust, thatlit cannot in, erdinary times be carried into execution ; bat the very ItWing under it must have a pestiferous, influence on the mstinds of be population. If the character rf"'ood gpvernnmeit is, that the ,people derive their security from dthiaw.' nd not from the discretion of the governors, .what must that security be which is, derived.from the non-execution of the law? We cannot help thinking that it required no'g'eat labqur to' prepare 'a proper.bill for the repeal of the obnoxious llw; and that it would Se' t 'p6 dba...

Publication Title: Monitor, The
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DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. SEDITIOUS LIBEL. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 24 December 1827

DOMESTIC INT/ELLI'GENOF . SEDITIOUS LIBEL. SUiaREM COURT. ..SaTURDAY. Rex v, Wardell.--The Chief Justice and Mr. Justice Stephen having taken thpir seats, this trial (which excited the most intense interest) was called on, and the Clerk was , about to swear in the Jury, (consisting as usual) of seven officers of the garrison) when Mr. Wentworth, as Counsel for the Defendant, begged him to delay the act of swear ing, as he had a motion previously to make. He began by observing to the Court,, that although in the last I)ro) secution on a similar charge against his client, Dr. War. dell, in which he had been found Not Guilty, the latter (having conducted his own case) did not choose to object to the gentlemen now about to be sworn, he, as bit Counsel, felt it his duty. to bring forward legal rea 4ops,, b'~ thbi t!lal could not proceed but by means of a Jury brooubt $.etier ?accordipg to the practiike of ee the' ouch' iitikt 4a1it 4Soui ales Act, all feld.. nies afid;mnisdemeanour_ were...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 24 December 1827

Ws have received,, tjrouh. the. North, an. lSouth. American Coffee-houses, American Papers to the 9th J une. We xtri act from them a ' -eitte# i the "Natitinal Advocate, detailinig' it conside iable lentgh, the circum stances which have led. the American Minister of Rio. Janeiro to demand his .passports. It 'is said in the letter from Rio, of which the article is chiefly com posed, that " the English Merchants and Masters of Vessels, addressed to him' (the American Minister) 'a letter, thanking him for the energy and zeal with which he had defended the great and acknowledged principles, laid down in the Laws of Nations, against the cor rupt law of 'Tribunals, and the venality that pervaded every Court of Justice. This, en peasant, must have been a sore rub to their own Minister, who reposes placidly upon his 30,000 dollars per annum, undistur bed by the clamours of his countrynign for redress." This charge against our Minister at Rio may or may not be true; but it is certain that th...

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SYDNEY MARKETS. Average price on quantity sold:— [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 24 December 1827

S'. 1)MA~ MAIKET~I S . i. Avera'e' prise oii quantify sold New Wheit 6s' 6d.-'-OIld do `7s. per Bot'r1el.--Madze 7a Oa Bullcey (Iuoininal)-Oaits 4s. 6d -Fiue Fl 6ir, Irisv 1.Od. s er-, A jg per 100 lblW.-SCCUII( do. 13s. Oltd.-11i 'derd 1 o(siljrt 216. -Fresh 3s. 3d --Eggs 1 s6d per doz.-Colounial coizitnuti * 'Cht?08a Is: 4d.--Fuwe 3s. to 56 per"eoupke.-DiWke 6s.- et:sC.IOp, 0,t peIriCoiple.-T'urkies I6e.-Turºn pas 3d. pers, hlnch -Cairro:ts +i 3 O-Oions 4 jd. pet lb.--Beef per rb.; t the~c qustrter, 41d ' tlie''J iif t 6ý1:Nl ttoni 7d.--Pork . .-flucon 1 s ::6 if per lb'l-"'Hhuiiins Is. 8d -do -Veal 10d'-4 Lenins Is per, (15 -'-Oruantg 8 2e. 6d.-;jricut's : le ' ' .'Applea 6d.-j.H y y(busi) L.9 pcr tdn,-Straw LA' 5sl'pjr'. load' :'* A ! c ? 1 MERCHANDIZE.- I . i Ihson Tea,. - l peFr O1et of 64 lbs.-CoUnmonwion Gm. Tea vb. very vlpt'rjr E7:.-Sugar Ile of France' 4jiI.-. Tobraco per Blasket 8s. 9d I eroe-Nt-Eou EEbo er box &,L-fr~di:(vet4' gcar(Ihct iids-ng$s 6 oap J oý ºs )...

Publication Title: Monitor, The
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THE MONITOR. MONDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 24, 1827. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 24 December 1827

MONDAY '1VVNING, DECEMBER 24, 1827. IT isa very common opinion even with the most mode rateDirectorsofthe Bank, that -half a dozen Directors are just as good as a score. And we have heard two of the most: judicious of them, advance this sentiment with so much sincerity, that we 'cannot, and indeed do not doubt the' integrity of their :views, when they recom mend a f'iaei eobes to compose thaL body of which thpmseIges'form a. part. Btt w hle. these two gentle men never have want any d 4counts i for , tlemselves, at all equal tlwhitt other Proprletors have required,.,till weWtobader they do not see the advantages' as well as the disadvantages' of. a' numerous! BdBrd'.; All tb?'argu-' ments which we have made use 'f"f io~ t toim time' in favour of. numbers in a House of 'aia~ Ily, apply equally to. a Board of Directors, :All men, who hai e power, love?stb divide it with as few as possibi,. .This is huinin tiature; And though an office is troublesome and " unpaid," we have, no less caus...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 24 December 1827

T - F.C?, . w South W.e , , December 18th, 1827 . M0YFC E.Tbh Cash Office will be CLOSED, i n'Tuusdii iiad 'Wednesday, the 25th anid 26th Instant; and on TUeadsy and Wednesday the 1st and 2nd .of January . , " ! : Bills for DiscotUt, will be taken in on Thursday, the 17th Instant, add Thursday, 3d January, and answtrs , ?iven the same day. .. K. MACKENZIE, Secretary. TO BE LET AN excellent and well watered FARM,:in the imme diate vicinity of Wallis' Plains, consisting of 2,000 Acres of good grazing Land, with an extensive back R?`t fotr Cattle, admirably adapted for establishing a Dairy dn~a large scale. ' -`There are 90 Acres cleared and o50 under cultivation.. SA'?omtrfitable Dwelling Hduse, with a Stock-yard, s Men's Huts, :and sundry .Outbuildings are erected on the Farm, which will be let on moderate Terms. For Particulars,, apply.- to Mr. F. Boucher, New castle; or in Sydney, to Messrs Rapsey and Mitchell. Hunter's River, December 1, 1827. Bank of New South Wales, Dec. 20, I8'...

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